Date: Sep 24, 2013

Do you know the current status of solar technology developments and financing options? What do you know about solar electricity projects? Do you know how your electric bill could change when utilizing solar electricity systems? If you want the answers to these questions, please join us for an information-packed webinar to learn about the basics of solar systems, incentives and policies, as well as the basics of utility electric rates and electric rate analysis. If you haven’t considered solar energy, we will present key economic and technical factors to consider during the evaluation of a solar electricity project.

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Thursday, September 26th, 2013

11:30 a.m. to 12:20 a.m. PDT


 Mehmet Cercioglu works as Director of Business Development at Sunvalley Solar Inc. Mr. Cercioglu has developed and finalized a multi-megawatt portfolio of solar projects in the US and oversees project sourcing and evaluation, operations and sales. Furthermore, Mr. Cercioglu is an accomplished business development executive with a proven sales and marketing achievements. Mr. Cercioglu holds an International Trade and Commerce degree from University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and a MS in Electrical Engineering from Kocaeli University, Turkey.

 Sonia Salas is WG’s Director of Science & Technology. She joined Western Growers in 2007. Prior to joining Western Growers, Sonia performed quality assurance and implemented federal/state programs and requirements in the food industry. In her current role, she is responsible for monitoring scientific/technological developments and policy changes to keep Western Growers members abreast of these new developments and changes. Sonia holds a Master of Science degree in Agriculture from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

For more information about this webinar content, please contact WG’s Sonia Salas. For registration issues, please contact Nathan Moore.

WG Staff Contact

Sonia Salas
Assistant Vice President, Science

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